(Source: retrogirly, via ziegfeldgirl)
Frank Eugene: The Pearl Necklace, 1900s
Alfred Cheney Johnston - Ziegfeld Girl.
Photographie accompagnant l’installation sonore “To be forever known-Residual hauntings” de Catherine Bertola, 2011, musée Brontë, Haworth.
Brassaï in his Berlin Studio (Atelier), 1921. (photo by unknown author)
Gelatin silver print
Brassaï (Halasz Gyula) ~ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brassa%C3%AF
Sharon Tate in a promotional photo for The Fearless Vampire Killers (1967)
Children enjoying ice cream at the Hoot Hoot I Scream hut in Los Angeles, CA - c. 1930s
The head rotated; the eyes, made from Buick headlamps, blinked; the sign: Hoot Hoot, I Scream, used elements of a theater marquee. For over 50 years, Tillie Hattrup ran this L.A.-area refreshment spot designed and built by her husband, Roy in 1926-27. It was demolished in 1979.
Cesare!!! Do you hear me!?
Cesare, I am calling you.
I, Dr. Caligari —- your master!
Awake for a moment — from your dark night…
The Man Who Laughs (1928)
conrad veidt (www.rarepostcard.com)